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Yemen, Hajjah, 5 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: Roma Mohammad and her mother are given Plumpy Sup, a ready-to-use supplementary food at Al Kubri health facility in Hajjah governorate on 5 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 4 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: five-year-old Semee and her friend, both IDPs from Abs district, play at an IPD camp in Hajjah on 4 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 4 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: five-year-old Semee, an IDP from Abs district, hides behind a WFP wheat sack at an IDP camp in Hajjah on 4 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 4 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: five-year-old Semee, an IDP from Abs district, hides behind a WFP wheat sack at an IDP camp in Hajjah on 4 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 4 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: landscape view of Hajjah with WFP vehicles in the foreground taken on 4 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 4 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: three-month-old Jabar Mohamad is held by his mother at the malnutrition ward of the Republican Hospital in Hajjah on 4 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 4 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: three-month-old Jabar Mohamad is held by his mother at the malnutrition ward of the Republican Hospital in Hajjah on 4 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 4 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: Jabar Mohamad, 3 months, on the malnutrition ward at the Republican Hospital in Hajjah on 4 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 4 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: Jabar Mohamad, 3 months, on the malnutrition ward at the Republican Hospital in Hajjah on 4 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 4 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: Jabar Mohamad, 3 months, on the malnutrition ward at the Republican Hospital in Hajjah on 4 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 4 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: severely malnourished four-month-old Munira Shaogi at the Republican Hospital in Hajjah on 4 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 4 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: severely malnourished four-month-old Munira Shaogi at the Republican Hospital in Hajjah on 4 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 4 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: severely malnourished five-month-old Shamai Yaki with her mother at the Republican Hospital in Hajjah on 4 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 4 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: severely malnourished five-month-old Shamai Yaki with her mother at the Republican Hospital in Hajjah on 4 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 4 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: severely malnourished five-month-old Shamai Yaki with her mother at the Republican Hospital in Hajjah on 4 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Hajjah, 4 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: severely malnourished five-month-old Shamai Yaki with her mother at the Republican Hospital in Hajjah on 4 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Sana'a, 3 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: a BOY pushes a wheelbarrow containing food rations at a food distribution point in Sana’a on 3 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Sana'a, 3 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: a BOY pushes a wheelbarrow containing food rations at a food distribution point in Sana’a on 3 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Sana'a, 3 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: a wheelbarrow is loaded with food rations at a food distribution point in Sana’a on 3 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Sana'a, 3 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: beneficiaries with wheelbarrows wait to collect their food rations at a food distribution point in Sana’a on 3 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Sana'a, 3 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: beneficiaries with wheelbarrows wait to collect their food rations at a food distribution point in Sana’a on 3 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Sana'a, 3 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: beneficiaries with wheelbarrows wait to collect their food rations at a food distribution point in Sana’a on 3 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Sana'a, 3 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: a beneficiary pushes a wheelbarrow containing food rations at a food distribution point in Sana’a on 3 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Sana'a, 3 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: beneficiaries’ identity documents are checked as a food distribution point in Sana’a on 3 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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Yemen, Sana'a, 3 February 2019   WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.   WFP’s average monthly requirements in 2019 are set to increase to around US$176 million a month as we scale up our operations in Yemen. WFP is facing an unmet need of US$1.5 billion for all of 2019.  In the Photo: women at a food distribution point in Sana’a speak to WFP’s Anna Nieto, Head of the Sana’a field office, (centre) and Field Monitor Salah Eiddah on 3 February 2019.  Photo: WFP/Annabel Symington
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